APS 213 Appalachian Crafts (ETAD)

Prerequisite: GSTR 110 (or waiver)

A laboratory course involving work in various craft media including metal, wood, textiles, ceramics, and various native Appalachian materials. Through these various craft media, the culture of the Appalachian people will be examined focusing on factors affecting the life and work of the Appalachian craftsperson, including aesthetics versus function, advancing technology, and outside influences. Through skill development, students will gain insight into the problem-solving ability, lifestyle, and ingenuity of the Appalachian people. Opportunities will be given for in-depth study and skill development. Arts Perspective and African Americans', Appalachians', and Women's Perspective. Course Fee: $10.


1 Course Credit

Cross Listed Courses

ETAD 213